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I want to partition my server to kvm host

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  1. Ahmed Hany

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    Hello,

    Ok i searched online alot , i asked my DC to partition my server but they refused to help as i have preconfigured server with un managed support ..
    They told me i can load rescsynccd and partition my server with f -disk or parted

    I tried but finally i removed the two partitions one for boot second for my ssd storage so i reloaded my server again with centos 7 with rescsynccd but i didn't partitioned it again .

    because i want a special partitioning for my server with kvm host

    i followed this link:
    documentation.solusvm.com/display/DOCS/Partitioning

    They need the following to be partitioned on my server:

    KVM Host
    I wanted to partition my server to meet the kvm requirements and install cpanel/WHM on it .

    Believe me guys cpanel.net staff worked with me alot like " they will help my clients if needed " so i posted this here so anyone can find this helpful when searching on forums or google it . if we find a solution together here .

    anyone can help in this please ? i need to partitioning my server so i can install cpanel/WHM on it .

    please help
     
    #1 Ahmed Hany, Jun 13, 2016
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